- Our list of the best things to do in Tombstone, Arizona, features the top 74 nearby activities — including 33 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Tombstone, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 27 things to do within the city of Tombstone, AZ , followed by 47 popular activities in nearby cities, including Bisbee, Sierra Vista, Benson, Hereford and Pearce
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A Lady Banksia rose bush specimen was planted at the site of the Rose Tree Museum and Books in 1886 and now covers over 9,000 square feet. The museum itself contains exhibits and artifacts from the average home of someone living in Tombstone at the time the roses where planted.
Those seeking supernatural thrills after the dark has fallen can find the Tombstone Ghost Tour's services of help. The town was thought to be the most haunted town in the world, because of the many killings which occurred after silver was discovered in the area.
Originally built in 1910, the Historic Gleeson Jail is situated in the famous Arizona town of Tombstone. It was restored in the late 2000s and now serves as a historic site and small museum with artifacts from the 1900s when the jail was constructed.
Historical gunfights are reenacted daily at Doc Holliday's Gunfight Palace in Tombstone. Rather than simply acting out the fights, the performers also explain the history of the town and the backstory behind these famous conflicts.
Tombstone, Arizona is home to the Wyatt Earp Theater, a historical interpretive center dedicated to the memory of the Old Wild West. The immersive theater experience includes elaborately costumed actors, thrilling stunts and elaborate gunfighting demonstrations.
Visitors are taken to the 10 most haunted destinations in the old west city through the Tombstone Gunfighter & Ghost Tour. This walking tour leaves every evening at dusk and covers popular haunted sites like the Birdcage Theater and Tombstone's General Hospital.
The Birdcage Theatre, built in 1881, originally housed a prosperous gambling parlor and brothel. It features daily tours of the historic building and Silver Rush memorabilia as well as 'haunted' evening tours on the weekend.
Fairbank is a ghost town that was named after N.K. Fairbank with the post office being established there on May 16, 1883, which at its height, about 100 people lived in the town that served as a railroad supply point and stage terminal. Today, visitors can view old buildings and foundations.